Hello everyone! Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts is back to show you how to create her darling spool block using pre-cuts! In this video, she demonstrates with a Mini Charm Pack, Charm Pack and Layer Cake. You can use fabric squares of any size for this quick and easy quilt block even use several to make a friendship spool quilt!
Thank you so much for joining us! Let us know if you love making spool blocks in the comments below!
After watching FQS's spool block video, I plan on making a spool block quilt because of your easy instructions. Love Edyta's technique for half square triangles, so your fabric don't stretch. I'm a visual learner, so I enjoy FQS "YouTube" videos. Thanks so much!!
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I am new to quilting, so I absolutely love all of the videos! Thanks for sharing. And my Dutch friend just ordered some fabric from your shop to be delivered to me here in the US. Can't wait to see it! Linda@Wetcreek Blog
I watched this video on the weekend and made 4 little spools on Monday. They were super easy and fun. Thanks for the great tutorial.
Yes, I LOVE making spool blocks and am hoping to make a bigger quilt with them!! Thank you for all your wonderful videos. I especially love watching you and Edyta together!
I have made spool quilt blocks, but never thought of using the little mini's or a charm pak. Can't wait to get started on one!
Any tricks to sizing down a pattern from fill size to a mini? Or is it just straight math?
I have not made a spool block but after watching the video and seeing the quilt behind Kimberly and Edyta I will be making one. What is this pattern?
Way to go……. Easy, fun block making quilt making!
Thanks Kimberly, and Edyta!!!!
U make a great tutorial team!!!!
What a great way to use those candy squares I can't resist buying. Plan to make some pincushions for Christmas gifts with this technique.